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From early age he acquired the rudiments of formal education from hadan father at home. When he was still a child, his father moved to Ray and it was there that Hasan bin Sabbah pursued his religious education.
In his autobiography, entitled ‘Sar Guzasht-i Sayyidna’ Incidents in the life of our Lordhe tells his own story that, ‘From the days of my boyhood, from the age of seven, I felt a love for the various branches of learning and wished to become a religious scholar; until the age of seventeen I was a seeker and searcher for knowledge, but kept to the Twelver faith of my father.
He learnt the Ismaili doctrines from a Fatimid dai, Amir Dharrab, ugdu expounded him the doctrine of the Ismailis. Soon he was reading Ismaili literature, which so stirred him that when he became dangerously ill, he began to fear that he might die without knowing the truth.
When he recovered, he approached an Ismaili for further clarification of the doctrines. I met with bni approval, and he made me a deputy dai and indicated that I should go to His Majesty in Egypt, who at that time was al-Mustansir.
He travelled at first to northern Azerbaijan, thence to Mayyafariqin, where he held religious deliberations with the Sunni theologians and denied the sabbzh of Sunni muftis to interpret religion, that being the prerogative of the Imam. As a result, he was expelled by the town’s Sunni qadi.
He proceeded to Mosul, Rahba and Damascus. Imam al-Mustansir gave him audience and honoured him. Hasan asked him as to who would be the Imam after him.
Al-Mustansir replied that it would be his son Nizar. He is reported to have stayed 18 months in Cairo, enjoying the patronage and favour of his master. He also learnt latest tactics of the dawa in Dar al-Hikmah, which was in hhasan days the biggest learning centre of Islam.
Gin, thus profited much by his journey to Egypt. It is possible that he had a meeting also with al- Nizar in Cairo. It is said by some writers that Hasan received so many benefits at the hands of the Caliph that the courtiers became jealous, and eventually forced him to leave the country.
The strong walls of the fortress collapsed one day, enabling him to escape.
He boarded a vessel at Alexandria with a group of Franks for western waters, but the stormy winds tossed his vessel on the shores of Syria and he alighted at the port of Acre. Then onwards, he toured many cities; studied the economic, social and religious conditions of the people. He spent three months in Khuzistan before proceeding to Damghan, where he stayed about three years.
There was plenty of mission activity, pervasive throughout its length and breath in Iran under the control of Abdul Malik bin Attash. He sent from Damghan, and later, from Shahriyarkuh, a number of trained dais, including Ismail Qazwini, Muhammad Jamal Radi and Kiya Abul Kassim Larijani to different districts around Alamut valley to convert the local inhabitants.
Hasan, at length was appointed a dai of Daylam. Hasan however managed to proceed to Daylam in hiding. He remained in worship within the fortress, and also converted the local people. Contact us – Sitemap. NET – Heritage F.
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